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THE TENTH 

Annual County Picnic 

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Thursday, July 16, 1931 
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Wayside Inn 

South Sudbury, Mass. 
Program 

-Tour of Points of Interest. 

Wayside Inn, Mary Lamb School, Grist Mill, 
General Store, Wayside Inn Boys School, Fruit Cellar 



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10:30 a.m. — Horseshoe Tournament — 4-H Club Games. 

Games for Ladies (croquet — quoits). 

11:00 a.m. — Band Concert by the 

Boys Band of the Middlesex County Training School. 

12:00 noon — Picnic Lunch. 

(picnic lunch supplies and refreshments available at General Store) 

1 :00 p. m. — Band Concert. 

1:30 p.m. — Speaking Program. 

Mr. N. I. Bowditch — Chairman — Pres. County Extension Service. 

Mr. E. N. Hatch — Wayside Inn Boys School. 

Dr. A. W. Gilbert — Department of Agriculture. 

Mr. W. A. Munson — Massachusetts State College. 

Hon. Victor F. Jewett — State Representative. 

Mr. W. C. Wardwell — Chairman, County Commissioners. 



2:15 p.m. — Ball Game. 



Middlesex County Extension Service vs. Wayside Inn Boys School. 



Guests of the Middlesex County Extension Service are welcome to visit any 
part of the Wayside Inn estate any time during the day. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Autos can be parked at an angle anywhere on the old road from the General Store to the Wayside Inn Boys 
School. Cars may be used to drive to the various points of interest. Headquarters will be in the Grove opposite the 
General Store at the junction of the new and old Post roads. Everyone must register and get a tag for free entrance 
to all points of interest. Boys from the Wayside Inn Boys School will supply information and direction to all points 
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1. The INN. 

Built in 1686, and was for 174 years operated by 4 generations of the Howe family. It has been run contin 
uously as an Inn for all but about 30 years after the Civil War. Bought by Mr. Ford in 1923, and operated as an 
Inn at the present time. Lafayette and Washington stopped here, the former passing a night in the room on the 
second floor which has the original, hand-blocked wall-paper still on the walls. 

In the parlor, with its Longfellow traditions, U*the clock built in 1710, Daniel Webster desk, portrait of Princess 
Marv, How coat-of-arms, and various other historic pieces. 

2. the FARM . 

On the farm may be seen cattle, sheep, pigs, turkeys, and ducks. Oxen do a great deal of the work; plowing, 
harrowing, and hauling of stone when necessary. Approximately 3000 acres make up the part of the Inn property 
known as the "farm." 

3. The MARKET GARDEN. 

This garden furnishes the vegetables for the Inn table. Beets, spinach, parsley, onions, carrots, lettuce, aspara- 
gus, and other good things are to be seen growing in neat, long rows or in beds. This garden is just beyond the 
old-fashioned, wall-enclosed flower garden. 

4. The ORCHARDS . 

On the side of Mt. Nobscot are the orchards — apple and peach. A wealth of blossoms in the spring bears wit 
ness to the fact that the trees bear well and so carry out the idea of usefulness which is a feature of everything con- 
nected with the Inn. 

5. FRUIT CELLAR . 
In the fruit cellar, near the grist mill, are stored the apples which guests at the Inn enjoy during the winter 

months, as well as those from which delicious golden cider is made. Quince are likewise stored here. 

6. CANNING KITCHEN . 

One of the most attractive buildings on the Inn property is known as the "Canning Kitchen". It is here that 
many jars of jellv and fruit are preserved each year. 

7. RESERVOIR . 

Located on the "mountain" and designed to be used as a water supply for the Inn and surrounding buildi' 
The dam is constructed of concrete with a stone facing on both sides. 

8. PICNIC GROUNDS . 

There are many delightful spots available for picnics. Opposite the General Store is an exceptionally fine pine 
grove, with an excellent ball-ground nearby. 

9. MARY LAMB SCHOOL. 

The little red schoolhouse where Mary Sawyer and her lamb went; moved from its original site on Redstone Hill 
in Sterling, Mass., and re-opened as a school by Mr. Ford in January, 1927. Successively used as school, barn, and 
garage, it now has 16 pupils of the first to fourth grade who attend daily. Built in 1798. 

10. WAYSIDE INN BOYS SCHOOL . 

This building was originally the old Calvin Howe House and is now used as a school building and dormitory for 
30 boys. The academic work of the School is carried on in this building. Boys range in age from 12 to 18 years. 
This School was organized in 1928 for the purpose of providing practical vocational and academic training. 

11. LABORATORY. 

Boys from the three schools of the Inn receive their instruction in manual training here. The boys of the Boys 
School are taught wood-working, auto-repairing, electrical work, plumbing and sheet metal — all under the supervision 
of master mechanics and workmen. 

12. GRIST MILL. 

Diagonally opposite the Calvin Howe Dormitory, the mill is one of the most picturesque spots on the Inn 
property. Here under the skilful management of the miller, the grain is ground which is later sold at the General 
Store in the form of meal and flour, or used at the Inn for baking. The overshot wheel is turned by water power 
from Hop Brook. 

13. GENERAL STORE. 

The century-old country store, moved from Sudbury and reopened as a store in June, 1930. Run under approval 
of the National Farm and Garden Association. It offers for sale all the articles to be found in a typical country store 
of years ago, as well as modern, up-to-date supplies. On the second floor is a most attractive handcraft shop, where 
one may purchase postcards of the Inn and of various points of interest on the Inn property. 

14. SOUTHWEST SCHOOL . 

Built on the site of the original "Southwest School" of years ago, and housing 21 pupils of the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 
8th grades. The pupils are taught according to the latest methods, but have the advantage of historic associations 
and the individual attention made possible by small classes. There are two teachers in attendance. The school was 
opened in September, 1930. 

15. The SOLOMON DUTTON DORMITORY . 

Dormitory capable of caring for 35 boys; opened in September, 1930. A new wing recently completed, has 9 
large, airy rooms, holding 3 beds each, with a spacious, modern dining room on the ground floor. On Dutton Road, 
a mile from the Mary Lamb School. 

16. The GREENHOUSE. 

Opposite the Solomon Dutton Dormitory. Flowers in profusion, potted plants, and ferns abound. The winter's 
supply of cut flowers for the decoration of the Inn comes from here; while outside are planted gladioli, jonquils, etc., 
all cared for by the man in charge of the greenhouse, with the assistance of boys from the Wayside Inn Boys School. 

17. DAIRY BARN. 

It is here that the herd of Devon Cattle is kept which supplies the Inn with fresh milk. An addition to this herd 
has recently been made of four cows and a bull imported from England. 



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Today is «*•» tlie feast day o£ St. 
Olaf, former King of Norway and 
patron saint of^ that country. It was 
just MX) years ago last summer that 
he was killed in battle. 

Longfellow introduces him into the 
"Tales of a Wayside Inn" in "The 
Musician's Tale, the Saga of King 
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WAYSIDE. IMN TOUR HAL. 



MONDAY, AU&UST 17, 1931 



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Canon Digby to Hold Noon 

Missions at Cathedral 



Something new in mid-summer church 
services will be a noon mission, to be 
conducted at the Cathedral Church of St. 
Paul, this coming week, from Monday 
through Friday by Canon Wingfiel(| 
Digby, who is serving the Cathedral 
Church this summer in exchange with 
the vicar. Rev. Charles R. Peck. Mr. 
Peck is in England, at Canon . Digby's 
parish, Sherborne Abbey. 

Canon Digby already has conducted a 
number of noon services at the cathedral, 
and has aroused wide interest through 
his unusual ministry. His services have 
been informal, more after the fashion of 
a mission than a formal devotional serv- 
ice. To an unusual extent he has made 
these services an expression of his own 
personal religion and of his own phil- 
osophy of life. For this reason, it was 
suggested to Canon Digby that he con- 
duct a week's mission, when he can 
carry out this program more thoroughly. 
Each service will last from 12.10 to 12.30, 
with hymns, prayers and responses, and 
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Canon Digby Preaches at 
Meeting on Boston Common 

Canon S. H. Winfleld Digby of Salis- 
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an open-air service conducted by the 
Greater Boston Federation of Churches 
on the Charles-street mall, Boston Com- 
mon, yesterday afternoon, emphasized 
the importance of spiritual uplift. 

Canon Digby made the prediction, re- 
peating it as one that had been made to 
him by the Bishop of Salisbury, that with- 
in a comparatively short time the whole 
world would experience the greatest re- 
vival of Christianity ever known. He 
said that current events were pointing 
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